Researching Your Canadian Ancestors - an Overview

Researching Your Canadian Ancestors - an Overview

by Claire V. Brisson-Banks

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Researching Your Canadian Ancestors - an Overview

Got Canadian ancestors? Don't miss this webinar by Claire Brisson-Banks, an accredited genealogist (AG). The key to good research in any country is understanding its history, records and resources. This class will review a timetable and discuss the differences in searching Canadian records versus US records. It will cover a mini-history of the country's growth, census, church, land, and probate records along with online and community resources.


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Presenter: Claire V. Brisson-Banks

Claire V. Brisson-Banks, B.S. MLIS, A.G.®, is accredited in England, and Mountain States, a professional researcher for US/Canada, Scotland and Web 2.0 technology. Currently she is a Family History Professor for BYU-Idaho’s online Family History Program. She was a British Isles Consultant and a Technology Specialist for the Family History Library, SLC, UT. She is a Trustee for ISBGFH and a member of multiple societies. She has various Family History Series on Hang-outs through You Tube and has multiple Family History articles in various blogs as well as academic articles. She is the author of The Social Media Guide for Ancestral Research: Using Web 2.0 Strategies. Her website is

Claire V. Brisson-Banks